Resident · 2009 - 2012
First off, the assistant manager Janice is an absolute sweetheart and a hard worker. She has always been fair and an advocate of the residents. The new manager, Gretchen, is a person of integrity and takes care of things with a good dose of common sense and tact. She pays attention to individual residents and makes them feel important by putting her day on hold to immediately address anything brought to her attention. The grounds are always well-maintained with virtually no trash or neglected landscaping to be found anywhere. True, some of is "left to nature" as one reviewer put it, but they take care of the important stuff. Maintenance issues are always resolved promptly and thoroughly. You do get a free single garage that you must leave room enough for a car to park inside so it s not a storage unit. This is required to keep ample parking spaces available. UNASSIGNED parking and plenty of it! I never had a problem finding parking for myself or guests. Great school districts (Dry Creek/Silverado/Woodcreek). Rent is a little high compared to some run-down areas of Sacramento, but is fair for Roseville. As with most things, you get what you pay for. Just take a drive around the area, research the school district, and you'll understand what I mean. Most of the residents are typical upstanding folks (employed, respectful, courteous, diverse, etc ). There are not too many eye-sore vehicles parked on site. Vehicles that are unregistered or in non-operating condition are towed after fair warning is issued. Sidewalks are actually abundant, although they do twist and turn a lot, which I don't mind. Some areas of the parking lot / drive isles don't have side walks, but it's not a freeway. If you find a bug or spider in your apartment, they will have the pest control company out within a few days. When you renew your lease, they will shampoo your carpet at no charge -- a nice little perk. During the Summer, you will find a variety of people using the pool. Families with kids, teenagers, single adults, couples, older and younger, etc... The pool was recently refinished and is clean and well-maintained. They added plenty of updated pool furniture/umbrellas as well. The gym is small, yet equipped well enough to get a full work-out session including cardio and is available 24 hours. There is also a hot tub and sauna available. The units have a nice layout, crown molding, bull-nose corners, high ceilings, washer/dryer, gas stoves, and energy efficient insulation. You can have an accent wall painted with a neutral color. Stainless steel kitchen sink and a nice large tub in the main bathroom. Appliances and finishes are updated, yet simple and easy to maintain/replace. This is good for business to keep things uniform. I was always proud to invite guests to my apartment. Not as much as I would be in a mansion at Lake Tahoe, but hey, as far as apartments go, these ones are really nice. I would absolutely move back to The Bridges in the future. Upon move-out, they were fair with the final inspection and did not over-charge for anything. Thanks for reading!